H. Moser & Cie. Heritage Centre Seconds Funky Blue

By rolex
April 16, 2021
2 min read

About a year prior, H. Moser & Cie astounded us by presenting a retro-styled, pilot-propelled steel watch as a select restricted release for Swiss retailer Bucherer , followed by a tourbillon model . Given the capability of this dazzling passage value steel watch, we thought that Moser would circle back to a normal assortment Heritage focus seconds… And it is currently accessible with an electric blue dial bringing an extra touch of advancement and that unquestionable Moser contort. Meet the H. Moser & Cie. Heritage Center Seconds Funky Blue.

The Heritage Center Seconds depends on characteristics of 1920s military watches. It includes a round case with thin wired drags, characteristic of pocket watches changed over to wristwatches, an onion-shaped crown, applied Arabic numerals outlined by a railroad minute track and matched with huge brilliant blade hands. The new model shares similar particulars as the dim dial Bucherer restricted release yet it comes with a “funky blue” fumé dial, a mark tone for the brand. This not just adds the cool Moser touch to this Heritage watch yet additionally consummately coordinates it into the normal collection… Plus, it looks great.

The pocket watch-propelled case actually quantifies a decent 42mm in distance across. It is made of polished hardened steel and is beautified on the casebands with a striped example. Compared to the Bucherer variant, another significant contrast is noticeable on the dial; presently the raised Arabic numerals are made of strong iridescent material utilizing a technology named Globolight. A cool detail that makes the watch more dynamic.

Powering the H. Moser & Cie. Heritage Center Seconds is the brand’s exemplary programmed type, the HMC-200. This 32mm development, with a focal rotor, beats at 21,600 vibrations each hour and flaunts a 3-day (or 72-hour) power hold. It shows the hours, minutes and seconds. The type HMC-200 is completely produced in-house incorporated its hairspring (made with Moser’s sister company Precision Engineering AG). Obvious by means of the exhibition caseback and under the open-worked rotor, it is finished with Moser twofold stripes – and it no longer highlights the modified Bucherer blue details.

The H. Moser & Cie. Heritage Center Seconds Funky Blue is worn on a hand-stitched, beige-hued kudu leather lash with differentiating white stitching. The steel pin-clasp is engraved with the Moser logo. Cost is set at CHF 13,900 (charges included). For additional subtleties, please visit  www.h-moser.com .